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floatingmoon
« on: February 29, 2008 07:23:04 AM »

Is there any Japanese Crafts class held in Greater Vancouver (Canada)?

I like Japanese Crafts, they are so neat and cute. I saw some books, but I realize that, many of the books, you need to have basic skills, in order to understands. Also, I don't understand Japanese (only some kanji) so that make it harder too.

I've been searching online for Japanese cultural-related center, and also VSB, etc, but find nothing.

Edit: I searched the Nikkei center, they only have calligraphy, paper tearing art, and card making. Their card making class is a bit pricy for my budget.

I'd like to learn some fabric crafts. Since for fabric crafts, I can buy them in Daiso or other fabric stores.

I am also interesting to know if there are other types of crafts class too, not just fabric crafts.
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